The most common symptom of womb cancer is abnormal bleeding from the vagina, although most people with abnormal bleeding don't have cancer.
Bleeding may start as light bleeding accompanied by a watery discharge, which may get heavier over time. Most women diagnosed with womb cancer have been through the menopause, so any vaginal bleeding will be unusual.
In women who haven't been through the menopause, unusual vaginal bleeding may consist of:
Periods that are heavier than usual
Vaginal bleeding in between normal periods
See your GP if you have postmenopausal vaginal bleeding, or notice a change in the normal pattern of your period.
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